"Red, Black, and Iconic: The Chicago Bulls Fan's Ultimate Handbook"

The Chicago Bulls were established in 1966 as an expansion team and have since become one of the most successful and iconic franchises in NBA history. 

The Bulls' success in the 1990s is often synonymous with Michael Jordan, widely regarded as one of the greatest basketball players of all time. The team won six NBA championships during the 1990s, with Jordan earning five MVP awards in those Finals. 

In the 1995-96 season, the Bulls set a regular-season record by finishing with a remarkable 72-10 record, a feat that still stands as the best in NBA history. 

Game 5 of the 1997 NBA Finals, known as the "Flu Game," showcased Michael Jordan's extraordinary resilience. Despite battling flu-like symptoms, Jordan scored 38 points, leading the Bulls to victory against the Utah Jazz.